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Title: The morning sentinel
Uniform Title: Morning sentinel (Orlando, Fla.)
Alternate Title: Daily South Florida sentinel
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Language: English
Publisher: Josiah Ferris
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1914
Publication Date: 1913-1918
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 270 (Dec. 21, 1913)-v. 6, no. 93 (May 31, 1918).
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'toVOLUME TWO. r'r ORLANDO, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 1914. NUMBER 59.

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INUSiSALUiEfLAGORRISKRESULiS I [ [ Great Fleet k Off the Florida Coaston Day of the Boss in Politics Has

( the Take Way a to Hand Tampico to AV[ rmY[ TRIAl Passed for and the There Graduate Is Demand I IClveland I! [ [N AMrMNT A P E -

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t' SIX O'CLOCK SUNDAY EVENING WANTO[ TO REGISTER[ AfTR[ T 1NE E EB On Board the Battleship Michiganby FANCIED INSULT CAUSED': 0., April 18.-Appeal for !I OFFICIALS OF THE WAR DEPARTMENT -

IS TIME ALLOWED ( wireless from St. Augustine), MAN TO ATTEMPT the enlistnint of well]] trained scholarly FIRM IN
i, B BOOKS HAD BEEN CLOSED[ April 18. (Special) With the DERANGED t men in the cause of clean politics
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if: THE DICTATOR changed attitude of Huerta on de LIFE OF and better government was urged today I STAND ON THIS

s mand of President Wilson for a sa MAYOR by Secretary of the Navy Dau-! POINT;
But the Supervisor Told His Friend lute at and the ultimatum lets in an address to students of Western -

WILSON 10 T GO G Bf[ ORE CONGRESS That He Had Forfeited His ending tomorrow Tampico evening the Atlantic Reserve university. The leader!

Rights for Two Years battleship fleet is rushing toward 1NE[ WOUNDED MAN WilL RECOVER[ of the the future scholar-the Mr. Daniels man who said stands wouldbe I ISIS l[ OF \AlMS\ HAD BEEN[ CHOSEN[

Tampico.
PRESIDENT TYPES OWN STATEMENT The matter of paying poll taxes is Great enthusiasm over the possibility fearless of the sneer of the "boss."

i. TO EFFECT THAT MATTERS now of importance. Until the registration of a skirmish with the Mexicans BULLET HAS BEEN REMOVED "I bring you this message that you BUT SECRETARY OF WAR TELLS
closed it in students in this historic institution of
\ IN MEXICO HAVE books were was I prevails among the men on the battleships AND PHYSICIANS ANNOUNCE SOUTH CAROLINA CONGRESSMAN -
I FAR ENOUGH order to urge voters to register, but I. and preparations for landing THAT FOLK WILL BE ABLE learning are making the leaders of
GONE. the future; the said. "Our THAT SITE WOULD BE
< now that they have registered it is forces are being perfected. TO LEAVE HOSPITAL secretary
r t necessary to urge them to pay poll country has suffered too much from CHANGED UNLESS GOVERNOR
IN FEW DAYS I
r Washington, April 18.-Huerta will taxes if they would exercise their the lack of the scholar in politics. APOLOGIZED

salute the American flag at Tampico right of franchise.Ten "Our system of government with
WAR REVENUEWOUID[ E BE RAISED[D DBY New York, April Arraignment I -
; before 6 p. m. Sunday or President minutes after the registration its legislative judicial and executive
+ today on a charge of assault with intent Washington, April 18.-"If Governor -
Wilson will go before congress in books closed Tuesday afternoon a INCREASING INCOME TAXi departments is ideal but these three
to kill of Michael P. Mahoney,
( Blease comes down as he did once
should look with
and ask for departments not
joint session Monday authority man met the supervisor on the streets
to whose erring aim Mayor John Pur- before the of the
encampment -
to take such measures as may and wanted him to go back to the ,jealous eyes upon the other but should organized
roy Mitchel owes his life, marked the militia of southern states will
: be necessary. office to ,register. "Too late my Special Stamp Tax Might Be Leviedin co-ordinate their respective functions.To .
first move of District Attorney Whitman be held on the Isle of Palms," said
: The following statement was issued friend," said the supervisor. "You Event It Became Necessaryto this end we need scholarly, well
trial the would-be
for of
quick Secretary Garrison today after a conference -
i by the Wh\te House: will not have another chance for two Raise Funds trained leadership. Our statesmen
assassin An immediate indictments
: with Representatives Whaley
have stood too much in fear of the
On another occasion the
supervisor -
;, "General Huerta is still insisctingupon years.
expected to be returned by a grand and Byrnes of South Carolina. They
sneer 'Those d- fellows.]]
was called down from his Washington April 18.Special.) : literary
less than has
doing something it to bring Mahoney
jury, making possible had caUed'to request the secretarynot
The idea of the schoolmaster in the
been demanded and something less house at night to allow a man to reg- -The war revenues needed by this
before court
e a supreme justicefor to revoke orders designating the
ister. He had been putting it off country, should intervention come, senate or the house or the White
than would constitute acknowledgment
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an trial.Mahoney .
early Isle of Palms for the
encampment.
i that his representatives were from day to day until he was called will be raised either by doubling the House does not appeal to the boss,
faces a possible prison for education is the of boss- He told them that Governor Blease
entirely in the in the indignities suddenly out of town with the prospect income tax or by imposing a special enemy
1. wrong sentence of but should would have to withdraw all of his
twenty years ism. The failure to send the scholarto
.: have the that he wouldn't able to get stamp tax, or by both.
they
put upon govern
he be adjudged insane he will be 'contradictory and irreconcilable cor-
committed the legislature and to
ment of the United States.. back until after the books closed. It is estimated that the proposed congress
to an asylum. has aided much in the lease of respondence" with the war department
The[ supervisor accommodated him, increase of the income tax would power
"The president has determined that Frank L. Polk counsel which the boss has all too or else the camp would go to
but> there was no good reason except yield an additional revenue of $100- corporation long en-
if General Huerta has not yielded by one of the other states.
that of courtesy, why he should have 000,000. Special revenue stamp tax who was struck in the jaw by the bullet joyed.
V 6 o'clock afternoon he will
on Sunday The Isle of Palms was selected by
done it. The people were given ample can be made to yield another $100- intended for the mayor, spent a
take the matter to congress on Moni the war department and the adju-
restless and'suffered much
and have to blame but night pain.
notice no one 000000.

day.Scenes attending the. morning's developments themselves if they didn't get on the ''These two special taxes would sup The[ bullet was removed early last CR WfRS' AND SHIPPERS f S LEAGUE[ tant tia. general In exchanges of South between Carolina Governor mili

y books. Now it is the matter of poll ply all the war funds necessary, at night and the patient is expected to
in the Mexican situationwere TO Blease and Secretary Garrison the
MEET PAlA1KAAPRIl794
taxes. The taxes for 1912 and 1913 least at the outbreak of war, should recover rapidly. His physicians an- AT
dramatic. President Wilson had
was said to have declared he
nounced that he would be ableto governor
must be paid by May 9, or the registration it come. today
gone across the Potomac to a secluded must be consulted personally or he
will amount to nothing. Be leave the hospital within two days
r. club where he plays golf. sure that you are not left out. and after a rest of two weeks he General Manager of League Issues would not permit the camp on the

When Charge O'Shaughnessy's dis would be able to his official I Letter Urging Action on Isle( of Palms. Afterwards, when he
S SCHOOL H l Of INSIRUCIION f OR R resume
patches of this morning were deci duties. I Important Matters said he wanted the camp there Mr.

phered known to and Secretary their import Bryan and became Mr. M'LEOD' [ D SlE[ lED 10 T HI E PRIMARY [ElEC110N l[ CLERKS[ From the many incoherent letters The first annual meeting of the had Garrison withdrawn asked if previously that meant conflicting that he

written by Mahoney in which he attacked i
Tumulty, a hurried attempt was madeto Florida Growers' and Shippers'Leaguer statements. To this Governor Blease
CIMEQFIIUIy f Iitchel.1Ma'or
official acts of Mayor )
get the president on the telephone. which has its headquarters in replied that he stood on his original
Chairman Seth Woodruff Thinks Com Armstrong of Pittsburg and
Secretary Bryan and Mr. Tumulty Mr. Garrison told
( Orlando with Lloyd S. Tenny as man- grounds. Repre-
mittee Should Invite Inspectors of Col. Goethals and after a twoiours' ,
started in a fast automobile and. Commissioners Choose Ithaca I ager, is to hold its first annual meeting sentatives Whaley] and Byrnes that
study of the aged man, District
while they were rushing across the Man to Take Hold of Respon I In to Study the Law Attorney Whitman expressedthe in Palatka April 29. only a full disavowal of this by Governor

Virginia hills the White House tele' Mr. Tenny has issued a letter call Blease will save the militia
sible Position 1
May
that of the
opinion
Mahoney was
phones had succeeded in reaching the I! Chairman Seth Woodruff of the ing the attention of the, members to camp from going to North Carolina,
"embittered and sodden type of hobo"This .. ..
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president, who hurried back to the Yesterday afternoon the city com Democratic executive committee is of: statement forecasted the date, and bringing to the fore several rlonda or Georgia, the other stateswhose
probable -
club house and started for Washington. missioners took the most important the opinion that the inspectors and action of the district attorney matters of importance to be con militit is to be mobilized for
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Secretary Bryan and Mr. Tu clerks for the primary election to beheld sidered at that time. summer maneuvers.
I step of the administration when it that he would not oppose action to
multy met the president and out on I June 2 should be called The method of financing the leagueis
1 selected Mr. Donald F. McLeod late together have the prisoner adjudged insane.To .
a red, dusty road and in the sun of a prior to the election for of one of the subjects to be discussed.The .
of Ithaca, N. Y., for the position of a study : Police Mahoney
Captain Tunney,
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bright day the important dispatcheswere municipal manager for the city of the primary law as a precaution told the story of his life, which matter of establishing a claim l IOCAI PLUMBER l [ lEAVES TO

communicated and the journeywas Lakeland the of Fri against a possible mixup in reportingthe department is another. The notice
Telegram
says was confirmed by entries in his diary
continued to the White House. MARKET HIS OWN PARENTS[
results of the election. sent out by Mr. Tenny follows:
and which gave little ground for belief -
The president went to his study day.There were many applicants for The matter was v brought to Mr that Mahoney acted under com The first annual meeting of our
where he wrote his statement giving Woodruffs attention league comes the 29th of
The on
this position but the commissionersafter yesterday
mands
from another in concertedmove April'l
or a i
Huerta until 6 o'clock Sunday night. chairman recognizes the at Palatka. It is W. A. Slauter Has Nothing but Good
possibility necessary me
carefully weighing the experience ; to kill the He told
Cap-
He typed it himself upon his personal qualifications and references of of the inspectors becoming confused tain Tunney that mayor.he had called at the to remind you of the importance of: Words for Orlando Which

typewriter, as customary with impor all of them, decided that Mr. McLeed in counting first and second choice city hall to remonstrate with Mayor this meeting. Here are some of the Has Treated Him Well

tant documents. He decided as there was the man best fitted for this re votes, and he thinks that it would be Mitchel and had been "insulted" important matters which will be discussed
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would probably be no action before Monday morning Mr. W. A. Slau
beneficial for all concerned to havea and settled.
sponsible place. His training and there. "I then decided to kill him,"
tomorrow he would not change his practical experience seem. to be directly session at the court house and to he said. "I went down to the city The incorporation of the league will]] ter will leave en a trip to many

plans, but go to White Sulphur along the lines that would best that end it is likely that the. inspectors hall Wednesday with the intention of be completed. In. accordance with points in the North and East to mar

Springs anyway and bring Mrs. Wil qualify him for the arduous duties will be invited to come in and killing him then but I cooled off. To: our plan, it will be necessary to electan ket his patents, Slauter's manifold

son back to Washington.At spend the day and the law executive committee of nine fittings for bath tubs.
that will confront him in directingthe go over mem-
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day down
(Friday) went there
the navy department, in the ab Mr. Slauter has had a remarkable
affairs of this city. together, when the points that, are again with the intention of bers. This committee will be elected
sence of Secretary Daniels, who is in finishingthe business career in Orlando, and is
}Ir. McLeod is a graduate of Cor now in doubt will be studied out and job." by all the members present, and will
Cleveland, Ohio, today, the board of nell university and after completinghis made clear. be the governing body for the comingyear. proud of his success, as he has every

aides, the excutive arm of the service course there was professor of civil The only possible objection to thisis Mahoney came to the United States right to be. During twenty-two

went into session to make the finishing the There from Ireland about sixty years ago. The question will be discussed months he has done more than $64-
engineering in Clarkson Institute of expense. are twenty as
plans for moving ships and ma Technology in New York state. He precincts in.the county and four men In his diary Mahoney appeared to to the advisability of establishing local 000 worth of business, and has collected
rines. have a special grievance against the cent of it, with the exception -
each associations of the in every
has had six years' experience in municipal are required at precinct. The league dif-i I
There was no activity at the war Masons and Odd Fellows and he also of three dollars. After the
ferent
committee could not localities. Do believe in
work at Ithaca N. Y., a city very gracefully you
department and no orders were issued of 17,000 inhabitants. During a require the men to attend such a meet- appeared to hold notions of wrong such local organizations I man who owes the three reads this
for the troops at Texas City. portion against Andrew Carnegie. he will probably come forward and
of this time he was superintendent ing without paying the expense. One The important matter of financingthe
At the state department Secretary and it is likely that when Mr.
of public works, having charge of man from each precinct would be sufficient league will be considered. Different pay
Bryan called a hurried conferencewith BASEBALL RESULTS Slauter leaves town he will have that
the water works sewerage street it was argued, provided .he methods of financing will be
John Land the president's personal cleaning sprinkling lighting, garbage mastered the details of the law sufficiently suggested. The question of increas much additional to cheer him on his

representative in Mexico, who disposal and public buildings; also of to be able to impart his knowl-] National League I ing the assessment will be decided. way.

has just returned from an eight the purchase of all public supplies.He edge to the others. If this plan were Cincinnati 5, Pittsburg 8. Shall the league raise an additionalsum I Mr. Slauter has during the period

months''stay in Huerta's country and had similar experience at Saranac followed there would be only twentymen Brooklyn 9, New York 6. of money for the purpose of ad- perfected his patents which he is now

brought back first hand information. Lake, N. Y., at both of these places to pay, but even this would bea Philadelphia 5, Boston 3. vertising Florida fruits and pro- going out to market. He has sup-

After a conference with Mr. Lind supervising all details of installing considerable item. St. Louis 5, Chicago 2. ducts? I plied 222 houses in Orlando with

Secretary Bryan hurried back to the public improvements costing very The assessments )Jevied by the com American League Shall the league establish a traffic: these fittings, besides a number in

White House where other cabinet of large sums. He is a Scotchman, 40 mittee against the candidates will New York 1. Washington 4. and claim department? If so, approximately I the country and outlying towns. In

ficers had collected and although with years of age and big enough to take amount to a considerable sum, and Chicago 5, St. Louis 3. I what will be. the amount perfecting this invention, Mr. Slauter

grave faces, the officials discussed the care of himself, weighing in the the committee will have no other ex- Detroit 4, Cleveland 3. of your claims for the league to collect feels that he has done something

development confidently. neighborhood of 200 pounds. He has pense that is foreseen at this time. Boston 1, Philadelphia 0. ? I worth while for mankind besides lay-
"The temporizing is ended," said These are only of ing the foundation for his personal
visited Lakeland and made a fine im All the expense of the election under Federal League some the ques-

one of the cabinet officers who is'per pression on the commissioners and the new law is to be paid for by the Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 4. tions which will be decided. You can fortune.

sonally dose to Mr. Wilson. others who met him. county, as in the case of general Baltimore 2, Buffalo 4. not afford to miss this meeting. The He was a happy individual last

"We have the punch, we know it, The experiment of a city managerfor elections. Kansas City 3, Chicago 6. league is rapidly becoming an important I night the retrospect and the prospect

and we are going to deliver it. Huerta Lakeland will be watched' with Chairman Woodruff didn't commit St. Louis 4, Indianapolis 2. ,factor here in Florida, and being pleasing to him. He will leave ,

has had his last chance." keen interest. Mr. McLeod tacklingthe himself to the idea sufficiently to say Southern League very live grower and shipper should his family in Orlando fer the present.

While the text of Huerta's mes- job on May 1. that he would issue such a call, but Atlanta '4, Memphis 3. support it. Remember the date, April His fittings are being manufacturedin

.sage today and the president's reply he evidently thought the suggestion New Orleans 1, Birmingham 0. 29th; the place Palatka-in connec Chattanooga.

were not made public it became Latest music, latest books, fine sta a good one, and -the plan may be Chattanooga 5, Nashville 1. tion with the meeting of the State

known that Huerta contended that all tionery. Curtis & O'Neal, next post adopted. Montgomery 3 Mobile 1. Horticultural society. evening at 8 o'clock. One of the mat

the offenses for which the United office. Come and see us. South Atlantic League ters for report will be that in regardto

States asks apology have been apologized THE WEATHER Savannah 10, Augusta 3. BOARD OF TRADE TO MEET plans for the erection of a public

for and that "1e demurs at v ere sufficient to carry out the eves Florida: Fair Sunday, except showers Charleston 5, Columbia 1. MONDAY EVENING building for the city and the civic

anything further." ident's plans without waiting for the in northwest. Monday, fair in Macon 8, Albany 7. ____ bodies. It is said that the committeewill

Officials pointed out that the naval arrival of Rear Admiral Badger's northwest and south; showers and Jacksonville 2, Columbus 2. Thir The Orlando Board of Trade will have an interesting report to

:r.' forces at Vera Cruz and TarapicoI cooler in central and. northwest. teen innings; darkness. meet in the council chamber Monday make. A fall meeting is expected.



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STATE NEWS NOTES- 200 car loads of melons were shipped I oni,no rcor+m ti ti V bargain sale.
I i from this point, and as the acreage A man left a bottle of milk at the .
(From the Gainesville Sun) i planted is larger this year it is expected door. A boy threw a morning paperon ,
L I that that number of cars will the steps. And in quite the same ..
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be jjjcreased.-Lady Lake Note in theTimes familiar way a dispatch was Sung,
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Morning Tribune, is somewhat imt The Tampa Tribune says: "Two tion, is the most important news
proved. He is in the Gordon Kellar hundred earnest and determined men, item of its kind since the invention Orlandoank & Trust Co
Memorial hospital under the treat-' organized to win, are to begin work -of gunpowder. It reads: 4 I

ment of specialists.The this morning on the eight day cam- "Florence, Feb. 13.-Signor Ulivi, :
I I paign organized by the local Young with an ultra-violet ray apparatus, : ,- Statement at Close of Business April 11, 1914
first shipment of potatoes from i,Men's Christian Association with the ; exploded two torpedoes charged with :
Bunnell left Tuesday for Northern purpose of raising a fund of $40,000 smokeless powder which were placedin RESOURCESReal
r markets. The shipment consisted of I with which to relieve the society from the river Arno by Admiral Pietro : '
Estate Furniture and Fixtures . .
is $
thirty barrels. A large acreage in the i 26,437.37
debt and make improvements Fornari of the Italian navy. The :
planted in potatoes at Bunnell and;I property of the association." I ultra-violet ray apparatus was about : Loans and Discounts . . . . . 378,166.14
: the crop' is said to be in a splendid I two miles distant from ,the torpe- Overdrafts . . . . . . . 1,225.23
f condition. DAVIS BROTHERS ARE FOUND does." :, Stocks and Bonds . . . . . 26,018.33
Cash on Hand and due from Banks . 473,059.02
We know of :
UNCONSCIOUS rays having. a wave I ,
Marcus C. Fagg' secretary of the length of a few inches. We know of :
Children's, Home Society of Florida,'I $904,906.09
&0 New Smyrna, Fla.. April 17.-A rays having a wave length of several :
:, located in Jacksonville, states that s LIABILITIES
; gasoline leak in the tank or engine of miles. A. few groups of these wave : 1
work has begun on the erection of an their launch may result in the deathof lengths have been named and can be : J Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits $131,279.78

r open air school house for the chil-I Sidney and Sam Davis, brothers, used as electricity. heat, light, wire- : Re-Discounts . . . . . . . None
d dren of the institution's receiving. who were found in an unconscoius less communication, etc. It would be I Bills payable . . . . . . . None
f{ home on Riverside avenue. condition in their boat last evening.The astonishing if the gap between waves : .
brothers had apparently tried to of a few inches in length and those of : Depots ... . . . . . 770,793.72Due

Willie McCord, the little three- spend the night in their boat, and '. several miles were not filled with : to Banks and Bankers . . . . 2,832.59
year-old son of Cecil McCord of Tam while sleeping the leak started and I'I countless other waves each group of :
?: pa, was killed almost instantly a few they were overcome by the ,gasoline which would have reactions differing $901,906.09
A afternoons ago, by being run over by'I fumes. When found last evening by from those of the other groups. Someday : 4
.i the heavy wheels of a truck. The shall discover and these. I
friends, Sam Davis was seen lying on we use :
Deposits March 4 1914 . . .
little boy was playing in the street Certain of I . .$649,484.91
the floor of the launch with his en- groups waves produce
'" near his home when the horse Shied tire body covered with gasoline. Sid- known chemical reactions, as in ordi- : Deposits April 11th, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72

q the and little the wheel fellow of and the passed wagon over struck his j'ney Davis was sleeping in another nary and X-ray photography. Explosives : Increase in 37 days . . . ;. 121,308.81 .
are so delicately balanced
part of the launch, and he was also : :
body. I found unconscious. Physicians were chemically, that only certain vibrations I Deposits Dec. 31, 1913 . . . . 521,167.38
called to attend them, but it is be- are needed to make them let go. : Deposits April llth, 1914 . . . . 770,793.72
A number of people from Pennsyl- lieved that nothing will save the life While it is probable that these Italian :
vania have recently purchased a large of Sam Davis, who was severely torpedoes were "prepared" for the I Increase in 100 days . .. . . 249,626.34
4 tract of land northeast of Lady Lake, burned about the head and body by particular ray known to Signor Ulivi, : I '
} and are_ getting ready to settle there. the it hardly amounts to a prophecy to -. Increase of quarter of a million in deposits in 3 months.
They will locate a town which they gasoline. say that explosives will be detonatedby ,V.: The officers and directors of the Orlando Bank and

have named Philadelphia, and will FAITHFUL NAG STOOD GUARD some one of the thousands of rays : Trust Co. desire to express their appreciation to their .
clear their farms around it. OVER DEAD MASTER that we are just beginning to dis -; sible.friends and customers for making such a statement pos-

d I cover.
The commercial association at Lake Oswego, N. Y., April 17.-An instance I What, then, of the ten million dollar ORLANDO'S CONSERVATIVE BANK
Hamilton is receiving bids from
con- dreadnaughts, whose magazines
of the intelligence and fidelityof MtMMMililiiHI
tractors on the proposition of constructing a horse was revealed today when : can be exploded by a ray machine a .
a canal between Lake Sara hundred or a thousand miles distantor
the body of Frank Hannon was found !
and Lake Hamilton. The proposed of the soldier who carries in his
face downward in a brook near here.A NOTICE
canal will be deep enough and wide cartridge belt his own annihilation? Dr. BucKmaster WE FIT GLASSES, GRIND LENSES
blanket was so wrapped about him I
of
Change Schedule Clyde St.
enough to allow the passage of motor
-Harper's Weekly. AND DO ALL KINDS OF
that he was unable to save himself Johns River SteamersUntil
: crafts between the lakes.
from falling. further notice the steamersof Osteopathic Physician OPTICAL REPAIRINGDR.
Over Hannon stood his team, one THAT JOB PRINTINGYou I this line will leave Sanford at
The Madison News says that the of the animals having remained so will need soon should be ordered 11:30 o'clock a. m. 132 Orange Avenue
business at the postoffice in that city
Then it will be
for many hours without being able now. ready when N.
M. TUPPER .
has increased wonderfully in the past Supt.J. Next door to Bank
want it. No will People's ,
one be hur-
to place one of its feet to the groundas you B. CALDER, Agent.
two The report for the past
years.
ried. up-stairs. Acute and chronic
Hannon's body was under-the hoof Sanford Fla.
March 26, 1914-
March 31 showed
quarter, ending ,
an
and the horses were unable to move If you are thinking about havingsome diseases treated
increase of $207.03 over the preceding freely in the tangled harness. printing done "next week"please If you want your bicycle fixed in
quarter, which was the best in the see us about it today. j i hurry take it to Warman's Repair Telephone 578.Put L H. RAMSDELL
- history of the office. Shop. 12-5-tf.
Rubber Stamps made to order at OPTOMETRIST
Warman's Repair Shop. 12-5-tf.Subsen'be Are you puzzled to get more busi- Sentinel want advertising shortens, money in thy purse by advertising
Watermelons are looking fine, run- (Successor to Dr. 0. P. Likini)
? If in the Sentinel
ness so, try an ad. in the Sentinel I cheapens and simplifies any real estate -
ning and putting on bloom with prom- for the Sentinel .
1 "selling task. Sentinel "wants" fill your wtnta. ORLANDO, FLORIDA t.

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; tinel readers.-Ed.) i Nourishment-fine h a- ___

; Talking of sects quite late one'eve, I vorpuritycrispnesswholesomeness.
What one and another of saints be-
lieve, All A Our new line for the Spring :
That night I stood in a troubled for 5 cents, in the
dream tY and Summer season of 1911 is

,. By the stream.side of a darkly-flowing moisture-proof package.BaJODet : ii: 1 now complete. Never in the his

of our business hate ue

And a came"churchman", down to the river t arf (; ttboeret' able to show such a line of

When I heard a strange voice call _. : nc\v and timely goods for Easter -

his name, Irpr selling. Our line of Dress
"Good father, stop; when you cross I
this tide Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Millinery '
You must leave your robes on the Ready-to-Wear goods and <
'other side." notions is complete-the styles 1
But the aged father did not mind, e are varied enough to suit
And his long floated behindAs >
down to the gown stream his put way he VJ y ; ; the taste of every one, and the prices are in Keeping with j ;

took, every purchaser's idea of economy. To accommodate the
, His hands firm hold of a giltedgedbook. Easter trade we are going to sell our new goods from \
A scene from "ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, the most wonderfuland
the 1st until the 12th of April at15 to 25 cent
BiscuitRound per ; ;
spectacular production -ever released, to be shown at the Lucerne on
"I'm bound for heaven, and when I'm Monday afternoon and evening. Read the Lucerne's advertisement on cheaper than the regular prices.
thereI thin tender- We will appreciate and be more than pleased to show iH.
the fifth page.For. 1
shall want my book of .Common you our line if you will call on us.
t Player, with a delightful flavor

And though I put on a starry crown, -appropriate forluncheon 11111111111.111111111111.' I.HllliilMM MMHiimili 1
I should feel quite lost without my


Then he gown.track fixed," his eye on the shining 10 cents.CRAHAM, tea. and dinner. I Sale :. !, Shoe PARCEL Repairingby POST '..: H.. u m NeW foil; Bargain Store


But his gown was heavy and held him 4I --

back, "ltlllllllll'llt"ltlll l""lltl"IIIIIIII "I'
And the poor old father tried in vain, Modern 8-room : : Men's Half Soles 7se to 850Ladies'
A single step in the flood to gain.I ,
Half Soles, 60c to 75c
House doors
2
1| Children's Half Soles, $0c to 750 :
saw him again on the other side, '11111111'II'Jlllllttltlllll.tlalll'tll
But his silk gown floated on the tide. west of Wyom- : Hand Turned Soles, Jl.oj lltllllllll.t
And no one asked, in that blissful Heels Repaired, 2sc

If he belonged spot, to "the church" or not. ing Hotel. Bar- : : All work returned in 24 hours. II Beck & '
i 1 Orders without remittance returned Payne's

Then down to the river a Quaker CRACKERSA gain.. C. 0. D.1'e pay
return postage. *
strayed,
His dress of a sober hue was made, food for every day. .
"My hat and coat must be all of I
grey Crisp, tasty and A. Hanson I Cash Grocery
I can not go any other way. strengthening. Fresh A. L Bentley,
oJ
East P.ne Street
Then he buttoned his coat straight baked1' and fresh 19
de 10 E. AMELIA AVENUEt.llllllllillill..lllt.tl.
up to the chin : ORLANDO FLORIDA
And staidly, solemnly, waded in, livered. 10 cents. '
And his down broad-brimmed tight hat he pulled ...mtMMIMIMMMMM* STAPLE & fANCY GROCERIES

Over his forehead, so cold and white. MltlMIMIMMMHHMIMA


But a hat strong, wind carried away his i To THE WEST Genuine Bargain Nice new stock. White Rose i;

And he sighed a few moments over
I that, VIASMINOU in Real EstateGood brand Canned
And then, as he gazed to the.farther goods, Fox River Butj j

shore [ MinD eight-room house,

The coat more.slipped off and was seen....no with connected kitchen ter, "Pride" the highest grade butter- |

.. Lv Orlando _______________ 3:13 pm twenty acres first class landal
Poor, dying Quaker, thy suit of grey Ar Jacksonville ___________ 7:30 pm I I cleared, 315 bearing ine. / Call and investigate. We
Is quietly sailing-away-away, Lv Jacksonville,Fla.,A.C.L 9:00 pm
Orange Trees, in first class
Lv Waycross, Ga., A. L..ll:10
But thou'lt to heaven straightas pm
as
an go arrow, Buy biscuit baked by Lv Tipton,.Ga., A. C. L____ 1:15 am condition, fine bloom. Land meet all cash prices.
Whether thy brim be broad or narrow. Ar Albany, Ga., A. C. L____ 2:40 am can easily be subdividedinto *
NATIONAL Ar Americus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 3:55 am
five-acre tracts is
Ar Columbus, Ga., C. of Ga.. 6:20 on
Next came Dr. Watts with a bundle am
of psalms BISCUITCOMPANY Ar Opelika, Ala., C. of Ga._ 7:30 am road to Conway, 21.2 11 West Robinson AvenuefMillllMHIimtBiMIMIIMIMtttHtlHtMMMIIH

Tied nicely up in his aged arms, ; Birmingham, Ala., C. of Ga.12:05 p miles from Court House,
And hymns as many-a' very wise Ar Birmingham,Ala.C.of G.12:05 pm road on two sides, main
. Ar Jackson, Tenn., I. C.____ 7:46
thing, Always look for that name pm road will be bricked this
That the people in heaven, "all Ar Fulton, Ky., I. C_______ 9:35 pm '
round," might sing. Ar Cairo, Ill., I. C._________11:07 pm year. Has rural delivery,
Carbondale_ Ill., I..C.----12:13. mAr and shool wagon. Sold to

But I thought that he heaved.an anx- St. Louis, Mo., I. C._____ 7:05 am close and estate. CHEAP

As he ious saw sigh that, the river ran broad But the brethren only seemed to Ar Ce ntralia7llU: : f C-- :: lisFam for cash, or very reasonable MMtMHMWHMMMHMHaillMIMIMIIOMHIHMjORLANDO

and high, speak, Ar Matoon, 111., I. C_______ 3:30 am terms will be made.
And looked rather surprised, as one Modest the sisters walked, and meek. Ar Champaign, 111., I. C.____ 4:29 am LORD & BRADSHAW
by one, And if ever one of them chanced to Ar Kankakee, Ill., I. C_____ 6:20 am
The Psalms and Hymns in the wave say Ar Chicago, Ill., I. C_______ 7:50 am Exclusive Agents
went down. What troubles she met with on the
Solid Through Trains-Composed of 4-. lllllillllllllllllllll.LOOKOUT .
And after him, with his MSS., How[ she longed to pass to the other observation, compartment, drawing-
Came Wesley, the pattern of godli- side, room, section, sleeping cars, gad f-ee
reclining chair cars, between Jacksonville -
ness, Nor feared to cross over the swellingtide MOUNTAIN
But he cried, "Dear me. what shallI and Chicago, and Jacksonvilleand .
While in Chattanooga take "Dixie"or
do? \ voice arose from the brethren then, St Louis. All meals in dining
The water has soaked them throughand "Let no one speak but the 'holy men,' car.For I "News" sightseeing automobilesfor Water & Co.
through.". For have ye not heard the words of t sets and Pullman car reservations Lookout Mountain, Point Park, Light
-. -
tr'r J1'Y. all
1.- Paul? on Chickamauga battlefield, Missionary
And there, on the river, far and wide, 'Oh let the women keep silence all.'" W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, and historical For
Ridge points.
Away they went on the swollen tide, or res-
And the saint, astonished, passed I[ watched them long in my curious D. W. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent, ervations, address 910 Market street.

through alone, dream, Atlantic Coast Line, 3-3-Apr.
Without his manuscripts, up to the Till they stood by the border of the Orlando.T. ElectricityGas
throne. stream,
-TL.Then Then, just as I thought, the two ways. S. Abernethy, auto livery, phone Buy your garden seed from DeLaney -
gravely walking, two saints by met, & Abernethy. Just received a
name, But all the brethren were talking yet, 2, Orlando. 35tfI I I big shipment,of fresh seed. 3-13-tf i
Down to the stream together came, And would talk on, till the heavingtide Water Ice
But as they stopped at the river's
brink, Carried them over. side by side; tMIIIIIMMIIIIMMIMMMttftHMIIMitMiilMtfrLATEST ,
I saw one.saint from the other shrink. Side by side, for the way was one, .
The toilsome journey of life was done, Office .No. J8 West Central
"Sprinkled or plunged, may I ask And priest and Quaker, and all who STYLESIN Ave.
you, friend. died,
How you attained to life's great Came out alike on the other side; .
end!", No forms or crosses, or books had .
"Thus, with a few drops on my they, .
brow;" No gowns of silk, or suits of grey, Telephone No. 6
"But I have been dipped, as you'llsee No creeds to guide them, or MSS.,
me now." For all eousness.had put" on "Christ's right- Spring MillineryLaces

"And I really think it will hardly do, -Mrs.;, Elizabeth H. Jocelyn:
As I'm 'close communion,' to cross Cleaveland.
with you, and Dress Materials
You're bound, I know, to the realmsof IN PRINTINGThe .
bliss,
But you must go that way, and I'll go Sentinel will give you the prac- ...IIIIIIIIII.lt.IIII..IIII.IIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIII.
this." tical thing and it will be of a dignity
I MISSES: HAULM & DUNN .
and style that will please you. We've
And straightway plunging with all
his might, got the equipment; we've got the experience '

Away to the .left-his friend at the and we will deliver the jobon : Agents for Barclay Corsets
right, time and in perfect order. Try r "
Apart they,went from this world of ns. Phone 24. McCall's Patterns
sin
,
But how did the brethren "enter in?" MilMIMMMIIMMIIMMIIMMIMIiltMMMMMittFare Hammond &Gore
Try the Sentinel Job Department.
And now where the river was rolling
on, FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBAtHERS.
A Presbyterian church went down; MMMMMMHMMMMIMThis 4r1- *
Of women, there seemed an innumer- 3 92 -

able throng ... DAILY BETWEEN REAL VALUES LOW PRICES
But the men I could count as they week I:,. S BUffALOLEVEIAND.
passed along. 1 COMPARE

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And concerning the road they could will be

never agree, OUR FURNITUREWe
The old, 'or the new way,. which it
last week
could be;
Nor ever a moment paused to think provide the quality furniture that has long
that both brink.would lead to the river's been accepted by knowing furniture buyers as the .

THE GREAT SHIP -SEEANDBEE" standard of merit. If an article is here it is good.It .

And sound of murmuring long and JAPANESEBAZAAR t.gtl5oo ht; . a '
arn. Cmtcr U Mrt-luiu m(11 pt uacuon nrhrr'a iH ffpoutaenlt-ihn UT Hmmtt am
loud LluJwitm of th*world.; la temo*jme Utk.MafB&rat this point too clear-it is one of the foundation stonesof

Came ever up from the moving S......""SEEANDBEE""Gty of Erie'Cit7.of B-fhlo" this business, and that means much to any buyer.

crowd, Da-Iy-BUFFALO: and CLEVELAND
"You're in the old way, and I'm in -M7l.t to Dw.1
.
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LaBi&Ia :00 P.Jt. LtmCfeelttJ 100P.M.
the' new, AmraOeTduJ 7JOA.M. At*. .&ia v. 7JOA.M.Euun MeN LL & DAVIS BLOCK
That is the false, and this is thetrue" ( Standard! Tiac) ,

Or, "I'm in-the old way, and you'rein C.....rWimg icee.tCieat..df.Pa4rB tetwetm B.fcU tmd+,OcreUad.TCLdgD.trait..hfpErbWet..dSeetlwrt.Eufe..aticket. f.....s.etr.rpst.tl.s.a w Mtmm.lky Cor. Orange Ave. and Church St., Orlando, Fla.
.. ck*....sat >ck.t ..Co 4;B.LiDe. Tnw m tat budm UoMnarf koU frw.
the new, \ J00.
That is the false, and this is the .11 THE CLEVELAND A BUFFALO TRANSIT CO.: ClmluJ. 0.
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4 THE DAILY MEDICAL SOCIETY MEETS THEATERS TO GIVE PROCEEDSTO MRS. GEORGE SPROSS MOVES IN HliMMMIIIMMMiMMMMMMMIMMMlMM > uir+ -
; 'IUIMMIMIiMMIIMIMIMHHIMMMMnMMtVORLANDO'S
CIVIC LEAGUEMrs. I BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME /
South Florida Sentinel
The Orange County Medical So-
-r MORNING AND WEEKLY ciety met in Sanford on Wednesday J. S. McEwan, chairman of the I Mrs. George Spross, of Toledo, 0.,

JOSIAH FERRIS Editor and Owner. evening and many were present from waysxand means committee of the I was moving into her new home ont
--- Civic League is pleased to I, Dickson-Ives Co1
-
---- Sanford, Orlando and adjoining townsin announce .Magnolia avenue yesterday. This residence -
.
Entered, at Second at the Clara poctoffice Mail Matter.at Orlando. Florida the two counties. The society was that the league is to receive a partof is of the colonial type with!
the from the box office
proceeds
organized before the county of Or- huge columns in front. It was recently -
SUBSCRIPTION RATES receipts at the Grand theater Wednesday completed by Contractor 0. N.
Dail,. 1 Year ..........................$5.00 ange was divided and the name of
Daily, 6 Months ..".................... 2.50 Orange County Medical Society now afternoon and evening, and from I Larson, who built the Charles Tiedtke
Daily, S Months ...................... 1-25 the Lucerne theater Friday
f Daily, 1 Month ....................... .50 covers the two counties of Orangeand every I home. Mrs. Spross is a sister of Mr. \
Seminole, but the division of the evening. Mrs. Forrest Dabney Carr Tiedtke. and has spent the winter DEPARTMENTAL STORE
_. Weekly, 1 Year ....................... 1-00 will sing at the Grand Wednesday The Tiedtkes returned
Weekly, i Months ..................... 75 counties has caused no division in the with him. to f
t ranks of the medicos and the meet- evening. Mrs. McEwan and the other Toledo recently, and Mrs. Spross will

b TO ADVERTISERS: 'ings held each month alternating in members of the league wjsh to thank return also as soon as she has set the FAVORITE SHOPPING PLACE
the of the Grand and the
managers house to rights.
Copy for dilJlII-all other hand-eel the two cities are full of fraternityand I
dTertbinc nut h handed in at the buineiifficf much of benefit to the good of the Lucerne for'their generosity.MISS .
i of the Sentinel not later than 2 p. m.
: the day before publication. This rule applies society.It Mrs. Lulu Hodges, 715 Central ave- 1
I* chances for contract advertising: it is DOROTHY CHALFANTS the Free sewing machine
invariable and win be strictly adhered to. is good for men in every walkof nue, won
life and in every profession to get PARTY which was given away by Hugh Da ,
> Subscribers desiring The Sentinel discontinued together in meeting assembled once vids, manager for the Free Sewing I ? 1

the da"should of expiration notify the otherwise office in writing it will ont be in every few months and discuss the Yesterday Miss Carrie Dade gave a Machine company, second floor'of the Special Demonstration \ \ \ ,
luncheon in honor of Miss DorothyChalfant's
continued at the regular subscription rates joys and sorrows of their respectivelines Yowell-Duckworth store. The win-
until notice to stop is received.
and the medicos who have a fourteenth birthday. Justa ning ticket was number 4829. The I

SUNDAY, APRIL 19, 19.1!. : profession in which there is little joy few of Miss Dorothy's friends were demonstration was conducted by Mr. a

i take this means of coming togetherand present. After the luncheon the hos- 0. B. Davis, southern sales manager, 1 = 1
will be wth us, and then tess appeared with the birthday cake,
May soon not only discuss matters of importance of Birmingham. Mr. R. E. Doughtry, t
the political .skirmishing will beginin to their profession but the with fourteen candles on it, and Miss traveling representative of the Free

earnest. Dorothy's name and age. The most Sewing Machine also
meetings serve to lighten their bur company, was
o dens and make them forget their enjoyable time was spent. present.
Photographs in the last issue of troubles. BEGINNING TOMORROW WE WILL DEMONSTRATE J

the Florida Grower show Punta Gor- RESCUE EVANGELIST TO SPEAK Mr. T. F. Hourihan licensed
Five of the young surgeons of Or- plumber "DOUBLE SERVICE HOUSE DRESSES"-THEY ARE
: da to be a mighty attractive place. lando attended the meeting Wednesday This afternoon at 3:30 Mrs. and sanitary engineer, has openeda
THE MOST PRACTICAL AND USEFUL HOUSE
No wonder Editor Jordan sticks night and afterward attended the M. W. Henderson, the noted purity shop next door to the Sentinel office

around so persistently.The meeting of the Sanford lodge of Elks. evangelist, will speak at the Orlando on Court street. Mr. Hourihanis DRESSES EVER DESIGNED -

o i Among them were Drs. McEwan, opera house. Mrs. Henderson for an experienced plumber who has

lake regien editors placed the Christ, Edwards. McElroy and Boone. twenty-five years has devoted her come from Jacksonville to make his

i honor where it belonged when Bob The State Medical Society of Flor- time to the orphans and those in distress home in Orlando. He has had many II. { 3 ,

Holly was made president. Orlando ida will meet in Orlando May 13, 14 generally and will speak out of years of experience, and has done ..7 ;

will show the editors a good time and 15, and the Orange County asso- her life's experience in the work. She some of the most difficult and credit- v'l

p when they meet in this. city July 1. ciation will entertain them while the has given up her entire time in those able jobs of plumbing Jacksonville I

o to the work of rescuing the and other cities.
meeting is in progress and the details years '
A city official recently, received a for the meeting were arrangedhere fallen and fighting the white slave i r

t letter asking him the names of the Wednesday night. This prom traffic. Her address will be one of NOTICE X11
real estate dealers in Orlando. For special interest and should be heard
ises to be one of the best meetingsin
reply he sent his inquirer a copy of by a large audience. The Palms Auto Company-A. J.
the history of the state organization Fuller and R. L. Fox, proprietorswish -
the Sentinel. Is written
name
your and the doctors of both countiesare to announce to their friends that
5 there? What? looking forward to this affair, for Who is your painter and decorator? they have completed arrangementswith
r o If you are satisfied keep the one you Messrs. Al and Jack Huppel I
the taste of
Glenn Terrell, who is running for they will give boys a have; if not, phone W. T. Entrican, whereby these young men will take
what Orange and Seminole can do in No. 636. 1-20-tf over the repair end of their business.
from the district of
state senator the entertainment line.-Sanford Her- Messrs. Fuller and Fox will continuethe ***f
which Marion county is a part, has ald. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Robinson arrived sale of the famous "Reo the PATENTED

declared against county division. So I last evening from DeLand, and Fifth" and the Maxwell cars; also
i I enlarge their and
supply
'it appears that county division is go- BOY SCOUTS ON A HIKE i are spending today with relatives. business.fMlilMittiMiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiMtiMtniiiittttitit. accessory No Buttons Hooks or Eyes 1
ing to bob again at the next ses-
up . . ,
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sion. Scoutmaster James N. Burden and I I JUST TWO LARGE STRAPS ON THE BELT HOLD
o
What a fearful thing is war, yet his company of Scouts left town yes A. Y. FULLER R. L FOX | ; THE ENTIRE GARMENT IN PLACE
terday morning about eleven o'clock
how eagerly it is always embraced
.!. by the army and navy. The men on for a ramble. The affair was hastily THE PALMS AUTO COREO Two Reversable Fronts
gotten up but most of the memberswere
1 the battleships speeding toward Mexico -
are anxious for the skirmish. The present. Their intention was WHICH GIVES DOUBLE SERVICE, BOTH AS TO,
;7 for a long tramp over the countryand MOTOR CARS
horrors of have terrors for
3 war no WEAR AND SOIL.
they had no special point in view
- them-at the outset. when they left. A large dinner was For long life and low cost of upkeep. We also carry a

t o carried and a fine time was antici- full stock of supplies and accessories. Have a good forceof Easy to Launder
Allie Angle has begun his race for
pated. competent repair men. All our work is absolutely
congress in the first district in a way
THE GARMENT OPENS OUT FLAT WITH
that leaves no doubt that he is really I guaranteed. BECAUSE 4

{ in the race. His picture and an- BUSINESS MEETING OF THE NO BUTTONS OR FRILLS TO BOTHER-AN IMPORTANT -

nouncement appeared in about every MENDELSSOHN CLUB Maxwell 25, $800, Equipped in Orlando POINT.

paper in the district this week. Allie I

appreciates the value of publicity.Just There is to be a very important I
o meeting of the Mendelssohn club: Double Service House DressesMADE

at the time when affairs be- Tuesday night at 7:30 at the Orlando THE PALMS AUTO CO
:
tween this country and Mexico are opera house. The associate and active ON A QUALITY BASIS-EXCELLENT PERCALES .

most tense the commis- members all requested to be
growing city are
AND GINGHAMS AND BEST WORKMAN-
FULLER & FOX, Proprietors.4MMieMMMMICIMIIMiMIMMMIMIIIMMHHMII. : -
' sioners of Pensacola place an order there on time so that the rehearsal .

for four Mexican seals. What the may begin promptly at 8 o'clock. I .. SHIP. S

'. effect of this action on the entiente .
cordiale or the casus belli will be Easy to Put On and OH
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is breathessy awaited.

o t WE HANDLE PURE QLjITVE: CITA : : LIKE A COAT, NO PULLING OVER HEAD OR SLIPPING .
Justice Hocker's many friends will : ITALIAN ; :
: OUT OF THE SKIRT.
regret that he has withdrawn from trial order of this guaranteed imported Olive Oil will convince you. Call or Phone 20 ; :
f the race to succeed himself on the

supreme court bench. He .is a man McELROY'S PHARMACY j Made Princess Style

of dignified bearing, a lawyer of I .
.
great ability and a painstaking student I ; Full half pint35c; full quart 125. We handle also Pompelan brand- 25c half pint. : .: GIVING GARMENT A NEAT AND TIDY APPEARANCE .

It will be difficult to find $1.00
t a quart. I ALSO HAS POCKET
worthy successor to1 him. >MilllllltlllMIiilliitiittlMMMIMIMMMIMMMMIiHMIIIMIIIItttAre I

o Costs No More

There seems to be no certain way I

for men of high official position to
THAN ORDINARY HOUSE DRESSES, BUT CHEAP.
be protected from cranks. McKinley, I
3 Gaynor and Roosevelt were shot by ER IN THE END, BECAUSE OF THEIR DOUBLE

deranged men, and another has attempted SERVICE FEATURES.
,
the life of Mayor Mitchel of ,
New York. The evil of .
inflamingsuch .
S Come and See These
unbalanced minds to violence is ':.-.' ,
that denounced by the New York ,
, You Invited
" : DOUBLE SERVICE DRESSES AND TRY THEM ON-
: World with Hearst as. the target of .
its assault. : 'AND HAVE OUR REPRESENTATIVE EXPLAINTHE
I. to a wedding, an anniversary, or some social affair where .

Warden Clancy of Sing Sing has ,- a gift to your hostess is in good taste? If so, we are sure : MANY ADVANTAGES OF THESE UNIQUE

resigned his position. He says that you will be interested in our display of the newest and : AND PRACTICAL GARMENTS-
,. .
he is not qualified for the job. It is most artistic designs inCUT t ..': : We have decided to place them within the reachof
said that politics is the cause of his .

resignation, but following so closely all and priced them

: the execution of the gunmen it may GLASSThere .. '. :

be suspected that the warden was : I At $1.00 $1.50 and $2.00 the GarmentWe
odd : ,
heartily sick of the job. He protested are so many pieces and attractive sets '

against putting Dago Frank to death; here, that seem peculiarly appropriate for gift giving ,. : ( also carry them for children at 50 cents)

< he believed the fellow innocent. The ,
' We are sure you can never find anything that wouId. :
warden may have concluded that he : White Silk Crepe de Chine
was unfit for the job because he is I be more acceptable.

honest and humane. II I We have just received a delivery of a very fine weave
o I
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Governor Blease of South Carolinais ... I of Crepe de chine, in pure white, that is much in demandfor
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continually making himself ridicu- ; I ladies under garments.
lous, and it must be because he can't I 1 : I
I THE COOLEST FABRIC FOR SUMMER UNDERWEAR -
The'war
help it. department hasI I
chosen the Isle of Palms for the sum- -- .. 36 inches wide (one yard) special

mer maneuvers of the national guardin .. 60C
the south Atlantic states, but be- I Price .

' cause Blease thinks that he should be

consulted personally and has written
T.H.Evans the JewelerOPPOSITE :
some very impertinent letters to the

3 department the officials in charge are ,
going to change the location for the I

that is, unless Blease withdraws :
camp; POSTOFFICE
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his offensive language. It is Ave. UEJllO
probable that he will not, and South II ran e

Carolina will lose the camp. This is EXPERT REPAIRING AND ENGRAVING .. :

_: what comes of having an ass for gov- II
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t Toll n Must t Eat t Cffv J a v I. ROBINSON Open9a.m.to10.30P.M.I A STARKEY, Managers g c afternoon. Chisholm at 2:15,will at CHURCHRev. 208 preach East Sunday Church


I Admission 5 cents i street. A welcome is extended to all

a .
I EVERY DAY if you are a brain worker. Di1 aD OD QD QD GIOXDA CATHOLIC CHURCHLow

Y'S PROGRAMImp. Mass, 7 a. m. "Get II RAton's"Ask
t
That's the opinion of an eminent authority, who con "Time Is Money." A splendid High Mass and sermon, 10 a. m.
I two-reel comedy drama. If there Rosary and Benediction, 7:30 p. m.
cludes tHat "candy is to the brain what fuel is to an en- were nothing else, two eminent features All welcome.
the showing of the German
t gine." Zeppelin III. airship, and the jumpof CHRISTIAN SCIENCE .. I J"
Herbert Brenon into the icy watersof Service at 11 a. m. Sunday sub-
.Ii No purer candies than Butt's-made Chocolates, Car. a German lake, would make this ject, "Doctrine of Atonement.
a very interesting picture. This air- Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Your FriendsWhy
r amels, Taffies, etc. ship. of which several magnificent Wednesday evening meeting, 7:45.
!i views are had, and which was over Armory building.
; FRESH EVERY DAY. 480 feet long, was completely destroyed they buy from usthey
I while in the air several days METHODIST CHURCH
after the of this will tell it is
explosion.taking picture, byan Sunday school, 9:50 a. m.; C. E. you, .
Howard, superintendent.
Nestor. "Her Friend, the Butler."
A one-reel comedy Romona Langley Epworth Services 11 League a. m.-, 6:45 and 7:30 p. m.p.; J.m.N. BecauseWe
leading. carries flirtation
Newlywed
BUTT'S KANOY KITCHEN[ on a Burden,
presidentGood
with Mrs. Smith, though Smithis
I' music at both services.
terribly jealous, he flirts on the
have the have
,, outside himself. Returning home unexpectedly CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE D I goods, we D
he finds Newlywed, who the and .
I The home of pure home-made Candies. poses as the new butler to escape Sunday school, 2:30 p. m. price give you
trouble. Preaching, 3:30 p. m. prompt, courteous and pleas-
Price 5 cents. Sunday night at 7:30 Mrs. M. W.
Orange AvenueII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ Henderson, of Jacksonville, will speakon ing service.
Rescue and Home Mission move-
Our energetic made ments.
very reporter
the Sentinel say yesterday that our All Bib e are study welcome.ST. Thursday. night. Come and See

well known fellow citizen, Mr. J. H.

Mooney, had gone to San Antonio, LUKE'S CATHEDRAL
I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis closed Texas, and later would join a hunting Rev. Henry R. Remsen. priest in '
their home 416 South Allen & CO.Jewelers
I Margaret party> in the "wild and wooly west" inquest charge. ,
WADE street yesterday and route First Sunday after Easter.
are en
of Well it isn't Mr.
[ game. so.
THE TUNER Holy Communion, 7:30 a. m.
home. in the
They came early season
is still in Orlando. He is-
Mooney Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30.
ORLANDO FLA. I
from Middleport, N. Y. however, seriously contemplating just Evening prayer and address, 8:00.

I Mrs. A. A. Wylly and Miss Wylly, such a trip. It was Mrs. T. H. Mooney Please note change in hour of evening -
service. Also that there will be Prompt Repairing.
mother and sister of Mr. C. W. Good that left Orlando for the Lone Star celebration of the Holy Communion -
Mr. Paul M. Orchid of Arcadia is j Ii rich, left yesterday for their home in State. no at the later morning service. Everything Guaranteed.LZoL .
the San Juan. j
a late arrival at .
Sanford, after visiting with Mr. and
s
Mr. E. N. Coy and wife, of 307 ,
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
FIRST
Mr. R. T. Priester, of Sanford, was,j Mrs. Goodrich, cn West street.
West street, winter residents of Orlando -
in Orlando last night to enjoy the I Rev. Dr. Jno. W. Stagg, pastor.
Mr. James Means, Mr. and Mrs. R. will leave tonight on the mid- Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; W. R.
sights of a real city. I I
J. Beatty and Miss Elizabeth Reynolds night train for Jacksonville, where O'Neal, superintendent.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hasson of Jack- .I Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
who have spent the past four they will take the Clyde steamer forNew
sonville, are vin Orlando today, guests I months at Duke Hall, left last night York. After a short visit in Morning sermon sermon,, "Exchanges."Symbols"Evening "

of the San Juan. I I I'for their home in Columbus, Ohio. New York they will leave for their Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m. 6- .d)

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tew and daughter -,I summer home near Rochester, N. Y., Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30p.m. -
1 j A party of Ocalaites composed of .
Margaret, left on Wednesday for where Mr. Coy is engaged in the fruit --- ----------- -- --- -- -- '
I+i Messrs. E. S. Bullock, Jr., F. E. Har- Strangers and visitors are cordially "'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII lltt
their home in Waverly, N. Y. Business. Mr. Cpy to returnto with Seats
expects invited to worship us.
ris, Jr., D. N. Plummer and Dr. M. P.
Mrs. Robert T. Lees, of Westport, Orlando in the early fall, and to free.
.,Blair motored to Orlando yesterday Cheese! Cheese!
S Conn.. was among those leaving Or-! bring with him a party of friends to
and are registered at the San Juan. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
lando yesterday for the summer. enjoy the good things of Orlando.M. .
Edw. T. Poulson D. D.
Mrs. Mary R. Griffith left today for pas-
Capt. Robert M. Miller, of Gloucester J. Daetwyler, an Orlando devel- tor; Mr. Samuel A. Newell, superin- We have received another shipmentof
Mass., is returning to that city I her home in Granville, N. Y. Mrs. oper and booster generally, is .in the tendent of Sunday school; Mr. Geo. the New York famous cream cheese.
Griffith has been chef at the Empire W. Phillips, director of choir; Mr.
after spending some time In Orlando.Mr. city for a few days, accompanied by
hotel up to the present time.and has Wm. S. Branch, Jr., organist.
and Mrs. E. Baird Mrs. M. F.!gained an enviable reputation for her Mrs. Daetwyler. He is one of Orlando's The revival services, in charge of: Good Coffee
the pastor, continue. We extend a
most progressive busi-
Bonwell and M. Celon arrived in Or-I excellent cuisine. young cordial invitation to the public to
lando last auto from Gaines- ness men, and he has two hobbies-
night by worship with
I Mrs. Albert Simonsen and her lit- polo and bunglaows. He is a memberof Sunday school us. at 9:30 a. m. Let Try a pound of our bulk coffee. A good

ville.Mr. I tie daughter, Loretta, have returnedto the Polo club and one of its best every scholar endeavor to be present. coffee at
Drew and his son-in- a cheap price.
Benjamin Visitors will be welcomed to the
their home at Sewaren, N, Y., afteran players and he spends his
; spare
law Mr. A. J. Robbins left
; yesterdayfor classes.
extended visit
to Mrs.'Simonsen'sparents.
time in building handsome little bun-
a pleasure trip to Palm Beach and Mr. and Mrs. John Adams,, Worship in the auditorium at 10:45a. : We have some more Orange Blossom
galows which he sells to tourists and m. and 7:30 p. m.
Miami. I lof Ohio avenue. everyone else wanting a home o subject, "God and Man: : Honey in the comb. .
I R. N. Merril. traveling freight fReconciled" ,
I that kind in Orlando.- Times-Union. ,
Mr. and.Mrs. J. S. Irving and thei
for the "The Gos-
Subject evening
agent of the C. B. & Q., "BurlingtonRoute
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs for This Age." II
," was in town yesterday, solic- C. K. Pomeroy, of Orlando, assist pel II
jL Coudert, who have been occupyingJ : Young People's meeting at 6:30 p.
t ant commissioner of the Florida
exhibit
iting for his road. J their pretty home, 408 Orange avenue at the Panama-Pacific international m.; Mr. Eugene Reid president. : THE SANITARY GROCERY
The service is a special feature -
song
Mr. James Dove who has the
spent .
all season, will depart Monda y exposition. to be held in SaD l of the meetings. A cordial welcome -

I I Francisco in 1915, was in Kissimmee to all.TOO : CARUTHERS & GOREPhone

I today mingling with our citizens, and
J I' aid the Valley Gazette a very pleas- LATE TO CLASSIFY 200 6 & 8 E. Pine Street

ant call. Col. Pomeroy was one of
'
the leaders in working up the splen- AUTO FOR SALE
1914 five Overland, com-
did exhibit at the Orlando fair held paratively new.passenger first class condition. CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS.

a 'last February and his experience will Big bargain if sold at once. Owner
make him a useful man in connection J going North. Inquire at this% office. FUNERAL DESIGNS

with the Panama-Pacific exposi- 4-19-3t
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tion.-Kissimmee Valley Gazette.
TO RENT-6 room house, furnishedor
Among those leaving Orlando today unfurnished, and rooms one dollar
for their Northern homes are: : per week up, sleeping or light
205 W. Pine.
Mr? and Mrs. M. Spencer, Miss Lena housekeeping.

anti- Spencer Miss Molly Griffiths, Miss
FOR RENT-House of five rooms;
Violet Mower, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. moderate rent to small family and p
Smith, Mr. W. B. Goodrich, Mr. and right party; only 10 minutes walk to
Mrs. W. B. Spink, Mrs. G. Wprthly, school, church or opera. No. 403 S. 4 bfr fjrMScCi
Lake street. 4-19-3t ,
Miss Ethel Worthly, Mrs. C. W. Han- 'I \i'i

non, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Smith and p
FOR RENT-Five room house, fur-
,i son, L H. Spencer Wm. Jamieson, nished or unfurnished, firstof May.
It I II Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Coy, Clifford Call 306 West Church street. It

Worthly, Mr. and Mrs. E. Burt, J. P.

I Manning, Andy Gairabrant, Mr. and PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING > r

I Mrs. A. B. Jamieson Misses Anna '
Jamieson Miss During the summer I will do paint-
and Laura Sara Cow-
cUTllO
ing and paper hanging at $2.50 a day. %
per,)Ir. J. A. MacDonald. All work done in the best of workmanship -
also all kinds of floor fin-
ishings and nude decorations. Drop a
MMMMIftMIMIIMMIIIIIIMIIMiiMMIMMtlMtMMtMmMMMIItMMMMIMAt postal and I do the rest. Address G. C. YoucosT25Z '
SHULTZ Box. 385 Orlando Fla.
4-14-6t 1 wk.


The Lucerne Monday Don't wait for every one in town to AW
have Entrican, the painter before
you try. Am too busy to look you
up. Phone 636, and I will be on the S E
job. 1-20-tf


"Antony and Cleopatra Eat Eat all what you you want.want. o LQ I ID 1

Take a postscript and forget it.
For sale by all durggists.
the most wonderful, massive and spectacular picture ever re l-7-d&w-lyr

leased. Produced the Cines of and releasedby
by Company, Italy Opening of Piano Studio April 15th.

George Kleine. Over four thousand people in the cast. A pic- For particulars address Mac Tall-
man Care Grand Theater, or Phone
ture that has never before been shown for less than twenty.five. No. 239 from 11 to 12 a. m. A. L. BECK LUMBER CO. ,

cents. The only original and not to be compared to the cheaper 43lm. Kiln Dried Lumber and Building # lit 0k jy!*qpp r

productions of Cleopatra. This picture has never been shownin -- ---- Phone 451 Material.. Orlando, Fla. #a 'J

Orlando. Four performances Monday afternoon and evening, Good Wood $1.50

as follows:
Bdter Wood $2 and $2.25 .


2 p. m., 4:30: p. m, 7:30: p. m., 9:30: p. m. Best Wood $2.50 and $2.75 -
WOOD COAL AND ICE OSTEOPATHYDR.

This won't last long, Wood, $1.50 a strand up. Hand's
Admission 10 Cents to all.
: Stock up while you can. Coal Yard phone 566. 9-31-tf J. C .HOWELL

]lours, 10-12, 3-5, and by appointment

A few reserved seats at 25 cents Orlando Wood Yard ney Buy&your Abernethy.garden seed Just from received DeLa-a to extra charge for house treatment

/ big shipment fresh seed. 3-13-tf Telephone connections
for those who wish them. :. 104 W. Pine St. Office cor. Orange and Central Ares

SEED! SEED! SEED!
: B. W. KINCSLET Proprietor Tf your paper is not delivered

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TO PRISON
MAY BEES-AN ESSAY

Marianna, Fla., April 17.-Upon k By Claude L'Engle

o conviction of the charge of embezzle- Dont't Get Stung ORLANDO O. W A ASIIINGTON

'; ment, Ben H. Liddon, a former well ; bees
known practicing attorney of this May are good little in I

; city, was yesterday afternoon sen- sects,
St tenced to serve two years in prison. But they don't fly in JuneIn DRAWING ROOM
the June
Liddon was indicted on three counts, primary-
Don't waste time on May SLEEPING CARVIA
the first
but he was held only on

county, the other two being held open bees. ;
good be- t Some other man may be all
and sentence suspended on
havior. right. for you in Congress; .



STEAMER BLOW CAPTAIN ON SKULL DIES FROM LI .. A k .. line Some Some mocracy.with other other progressive man man may may be De-be in ATLANTIC L COAST T LINE[ ,


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able to think for the people f f I t tf I
Pensacola. Fla., April 17.-As the q RGy a after election .II 1
result of blows received from the OPEN FOR PASSENGERS AT 9 P. M.I .
But may be some other manwon't.
t handle of a hoe in a dispute over apiece 'Y'" ',.." I

S of timber, Captain Asa G. Ward, Another scene in "ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA," the most massive And may. be you'll get

one of the best known steamboat men production ever staged. Over four thousand people in the cast. To be stung fooling with him. F T SatiiflayFOR '
in this section passed in a local ll
t r hospital last ,night away Captain Ward shown at the Lucerne Monday afternoon and evening. Read the adver- You know that Claude j j

tisement on the fifth page.PEOPLE'S L'Engle is NOT a may be;
brought to Pensacola from Har-
was
You know that he..will
ris in a critical condition Wednesdayby RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS CALL ON .
WANTED-Ladies to their think and act for you, _
bring
steamer and several physicianswere
called to attend him, but noth- WANTSMUNNIMAEERS combings to us. Don't destroy Because he is t now in Con- W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent, Telephone 71.
them. We will make what you want. gress doing this very thing. W. D WHITE
him. Depot Ticket Agent, Telephone 49.
ing could be done to save Come and see our stock and examineour
It is said that the blow was ren- work. We invite inspection. If When you can get a sure ORLANDO, FLA.

dered by Narby Spottswood, of Har- Notices of Lost Wanted, For Sale, for you stock havn't is genuine.the hair we We supply make it. Our- Don't thing risk the best chance George R. Wright, Passenger Agent, Orlando.J. .
everything
ris, Fla., who disputed Captain Rant etc., far this column, 25c for one day. I Ii I
i iOc for three days or 11.00 for one week for I: to order. We pay cash for that ever happened. G. Kirkland, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Ward's claim to a stick of timber 15 words or lesa. Money must accempany combings.We .
the advertisements fer this column no''I Claude L'Engle has been .. .
which was among others which broke ; at beg to announce that we have imilillHIIIIIIIHMMMMMMMMI
nsertioM will be made on credit. I time-tried and firetested
f II II secured the exclusive agency for the ,
loose from raft which he was tow-
f a well-known and popular Clow's Knit in the fights for the M Mpeople's
ing to this city. Captain Ward was WANTEDWANTED Hosiery. Drop us ajcard and sam- rights.He I 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111.
considered wealthy and is survived bya I ples will be submitted for your inspection -
C
is the
one sure thing
at'your leisure. The
goodswe
number of relatives.
large White for cook
woman handle are the kind that satisfy. for you in this race for .THE.
and general housework small family .. ..
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NICHOLAS & NICHOLAS S03 Gar-
Congress in the Fourth
modern conveniences suburban
WELAKA TO MAKE FIGHT FOR ; ; land St. 3-23-1 mo
home; good pay. Box 54, Orlando. District.He .
FEDERAL FISH HATCHERY 4-16-31 HURRYIs is there for one term, Altamonte

I [ often unavoidable, and when it is Keep him there for another
Welaka, Fla., April 17.-Welaka is WANTED-Stenographic work by'
job, day or permanent. Best refer- you can depend on us to throw the Vote for Claude L'Engle
making a campaign to secure the federal ences. Experienced. Phone 403. clutch over to the third speed and do first. n 0I
? fish hatchery which will be established 4-15-3t
Take chance second
job printing as quick as any concern. I a
in the state of Florida, and But we prefer to have more time-
FOR SALE
at a meeting of the board of trade of I Altamonte Springs FlaA I
An elegant modern home; four bed- time in which to do the very best pos-
this held afternoon
place yestrday a
rooms; two bath rooms; gas and elec- sible work.
resolution setting forth the advan- tricity throughout; fruit trees and beautiful 9-mile auto ride frem Orlando (on A. C. L R. R.)

tages of this section for such an institution flowers. 509 East Central avenue. SEED! SEED! SEED! No. 1 Bargains Left Come out and get the best dinner served in interior Florida. Or

t : was adopted and forwarded to 2-15-tf. Garden and field seed. DeLaney & chestra, etc. The Altamonte has the most beautiful and healthful
Abernethy, druggists. 3-13-tf location in Florida, on high ridge between two lovely lakes; 40
Washington. It is claimed that when '
FOR SALE The following has been offered for j I' acres in parks. Golf, Tennis, Bowling, Billiards, Fishing, Shoot-
# operating on the St. Johns river, the sale All modern ,
broad
: Hotel has 500-feet improve-
ing, Etc. piazza.
Narsery stock, one, two, three and POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTSFOR '
United States fish commission steamer four year ,old buds; Foster Early, ---- No. 1. 3 acres of good land, ments. Orange and grapefruit grove free to guests. Only
Fish Hawk made Welaka its head- Pineapple, Java, Homosassa, Wash- REPRESENTATIVEI proved. 6-room house ( im'I' Altamonte Spring Water used. Illustrated Booklet.

quarters, finding better spawning ington Navel. Address Mrs. M. Kahle* just over city line. Sale price $ -- -- -

conditions here than elsewhere, and Apopka, Fla. Phone 2222. 3-13-tf the resentative hereby action of announce from the Orange Democratic my candidacy county primary subject for to Rep beheld to cash; or time payments $1,200, $500 II GEORGE E. BATES & SON, PROPRIETORSSUMMER

that this alone is evidence that We- cash and monthly payments of $15
June 2nd. "
FOR SALE-Ten acres of land; one RESORT "THE GRAND, MOUNT VERNON, N. II.
laka is one of the best suited placesin J. IL REESE. month.
in bearing six per .
acre orange grove; .Uliinillil III IMMMMMMiai lililieiMIIHIH.Souvenir
the state for the proposed fish acres cleared; part of land suitablefor FOR REPRESENTATIVEI Xo. 2. 20 acres, 2 miles oat, unim. I

hatchery. gardening and trucking; located hereby announce my candidacy for Rep. proved; good orange land; $25 per
half mile from limits
city on public resentative from Orange county subject to acre, cash.
r road. Bargain. Address M. C. B, the action of the Democratic primary to be Postal CardsYou
MOUSE AND THE WOMAN care Box 431. city. 3-10-tf heM June 2nd. Xo. 3. 160 acres of virgin timber, .

Once more there is excuse for ask- S. S. GRIFFIN. i miles out on proposed brick high- ,

,' ing how much sincerity there is in FOR RENT OR SALE-Good house, FOR REPRESENTATIVE way, 5-room house. 6 acres cleared.
garden and farm land, on Conway Yielding to what appears to be the desire This be for wish to
the fear of mice to which so many of leading citizens in almost every precinct can bought $20 per acre, have to buy them whether you
women give such vehement expres- clary road. R. Bruce Perry, Box 115. of Orange county that one of the can the same as some are asking $75 to I.
3-20-lm-d&w
t son. A night telephone operator over didates the primary to be nominated election of for June Representativein 2nd shouldbe $150 for. Owner is North and wants or not so why not go where you can find the

in New Jersey saw one of the little A 4 1-2 ACRE ORANGE GROVE- from the country precincts I hereby announce money.

creatures steal out of the floor of the Has on it a 6-room house, 255 or- myself a candidate.A.. B. NEWTON. Xo. 4. 2 homesteads for sale cheap.If finest quality and largest assortment? If
ange and grapefruit trees, nearly all _
interested particulars.
you are get
room in which she was keeping her in bearing; near depot and postoffice. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION -
*>Xo. 5. I also have the cheapest we cannot show you twice as many different
lonely vigil, and, though his attackwas Price $1.500 cash. Call on W. A.
her but Branner, Maitland, Fla. 4-16-3t I hereby announce myself as i candidatefor 3.4 acre lot, with 3-room house in the
not on on the crumbsof re-election to the office of Member of
her luncheon, she promptly faint- Board of Public Instruction Orange County city of Orlando in a white section. styles of Orlando view cards as any other
FOR SALE-Cheap for cash; Blue from District No. 3, subject to the coming Price $375.If .
ed. On she rushed into the
recovery primary. Very respectfully;
t S Flame oil stove. 217 East Robinson want property, city or in the we will give cards free
closet where she was imprisoned till avenue. 4-J8-2t WM. EDWARDS. you any firm city, you
Zellwood Fla. country; want to rent, or have prop-
--
morning by the spring catch on the v
NEW lloOlbTHERRINGMARVINHALL FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI erty to sell or rent, see me for good of charge. Make us prove it.
hastily slammed door. Meanwhile all SAFE for sale. Or will trade hereby announce myself as a candidatefor service.
T_ efforts to "call central" were in vain, for other property. See J. L. Deanat reelection to the office of Supervisor of
Registration for Orange County, subject to
and the snowstorm received many undeserved DeLaney Drug Co. 4-18-eod-5t the Democratic primary to be held June 2nd, CHADWICK REAL ESTATE AND W. S. BRANCH
r 1914 ,
objurgations. FOR SALE-New two-story, five- FRANK: H. WILLIAMS.
Yet this young woman, like all oth- room house, with bath.; Modern in BUSINESS EXCHANGE

ers, knows that mice are perfectly every way. Just off Lucerne Circle. hereby announce FOR SHERIFFI myself as a candidatefor 19 W. Church St. Phone 398. The Arcade Book and Music Store .

harmless, that they never did hurt Good bargain to prompt buyer. Sheriff of Orange County subject to the
Owner, phone 466, city. Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914. .
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anybody and never will. 4-10-eod-lmo FRANK GORDON. ----

The wicked suggestion has been FOR SHERIFFI MIMMIMMMMMHIMMiMMr 444- MMHMIIII
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made that feminine outcries on the FOR SALE-Black Minorca eggs. announce myself as a candidate for the ;
J of mice For rent, three room suite for light office of Sheriff of Orange County Florida,
appearance are a mere fashion :
subject to the Democratic primary. I am a
housekeeping all conveniences. Wm.
: or habit, inveterate now. but ; native of Orange county. In asking the votes There's'a Show Here
L Coryell; 201 Concord Ave. west, of my fellow citizens I pledge myself to dis- Style J
originating in nothing beter than a Orlando, Fla. 3-31-tf charge the duties of the office without fearor
A desire to show an interesting sensi- favor to any man for the upholding of the
FOR SALE laws and the preservation of peace and good .
tiveness and timidity and to give res- Lots $50 to $100. $1 cash, $1 week- order in the county. ,
cuing man a chance to show his superiority ly, no interest. WILLIAM H. DOUGLASS.FOR

There must be something Orange grove, 200 bearing trees, 12 I:. I am a candidate COUNTY for COMMISSIONER the office of County Every Day in the Year \ '

1 more to it than that, however, for nota acres land, lake front. $1,250. Commissioner of Orange county from
12,000 acres land, 6 miles of Or- District 2. If elected I promise to serve the
few women, even when quite alone, lando. $10 people to the best of my ability having resided '
acre.
per :
here a number of years, I am qualified -
s as this one was, manifest almost convincing 6 lots and 3 room house in Orlando. to know the needs of the section and

a indications of this fear per- $12.50 per month gets. A.warranty LEWTER.deed.F. the people. Respectfully.A. Home makers will find a visit through our ;

haps not the less real because so un C. STARBIRD

necessary. 4-14-d&w-lm -- -- -- "- Apopka, Fla.FOR COMMISSIONER big store an interesting treat We have here the :
Apparently the fear is instinctive, T hereby announce myself a candidate for .

but nothing in ancestral history explains FOR RENT 3 re-election, Orange as county Commissioner Florida from subject District to No.the !. most delightful of necessities for the furnishing :
the instinct, since in the line action of the Democratic primary to be held
FOR RENT-At $5 per month, fur- June 2nd, 1914. '
of mothers running back through the nished sleeping room, close in, near J. L. DILLARD. of the modern home. :
troglodytes to merely anthropoid for- Presbyterian church, pleasant loca- FOR COMMISSIONER .
tion. Inquire after 4 at 207 I hereby announce myself a candidate for
bears, never a one was devoured by a p. m. reelection as County Commissioner from : ,
Palmetto street. 4-17-3t
mouse and not more than half a District No. 1 of Orange county subject to
the action of the primary of June 2nd. Your furniture at :
t dozen in all can have been bitten by FOR RENT-Permanently, unfur- support will be greatly appreciated.M. We specialize in high-grade a

one. And instincts are not so easily nished, at South Lake and South O. OVERSTREET.FOR .

made.-New York Times. streets, very nice lower flat; has five hereby COUNTY announce myself COMMISSIONERI as a candidate moderate price. We invite you to come in and :i
rooms and bath and all modern con- fir County Commissioner Orange County
!I veniences. Address C. Goesswein, District Four subject to the action of the I,
Lake Davis. 4-16-tf Democratic primary, June 2nd 1914. I will look over the display.
greatly appreciate your IQ' port,
f fAULTY DlGfSfllON FOR RENT-Large, well furnished Yours truly
C. J. SWEET. l IPRICfSRIGUT
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rooms for light housekeeping. in Pine Castle Fla.
: Quickly Shatters the Nervous Sys modern home, close in. 312 North FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
Main street. 4-14-6t GOODS RIGHT TERMS RIGHT
tern Immediate
Action Neces I announce myself as a candidate for reelection I
sary-Use Mi-o-na. to the office of County Commissioner -
FOR RENT-Two office in Orange County District Five subject
When you feel irritable, tired and spaces to the decision of the Democratic primary.June. ,
our store at No. 9 W. Church street
? despondent; when you have nervous 2nd, 1914.
Come in and we will show you. Pierce Respectfully
twitchings before
specks the I
eyes '
Electric Co. 3-29-tf E. L. BROWNFt.
headaches
sour stomach, heartburn, Christmas. Fla.
r bad taste in the mouth and pains in
the colon and bowels-you are suf- MISCELLANEOUSWe FOR TAX ASSESSOR
fering from dyspepsia which invariably I hereby announce my candidacy for the I
wrecks the nervous systemyouneed insure your life and loan you office of Tax Assessor of Orange County sub Kincaid & SnowdenCor. : ;
money on real estate at 6 cent ject to the action of the Demooraitc primary
Mi-o-na at per
once. called for June 2nd, 1914. If nominated and
Mi-o-na goes to the seat of your interest. Guarantee Life & Loan Co. elected I pledge you my faithful service. .
trouble and quickly ends stomach Curry, Building, Tampa, Fla. ARTHUR BUTT. -

misery. It urely and safely builds 3-25-d&wtf FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
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up and strengthens the stomach walls SWEET POTATO PLANTSI hereby announce myself a candidate for FURNITURE E HOUSE[ :
3 and glands, quickly improves the digestive Treasurer of Orange County, subject to the LOW PRICE
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will thousand .
system-the xital force and pay $1.00 per fer Democratic primary of June 2nd, 1914.J.
H. TUCKER. .
Nancy Hall and Porto Rico sweet
potato -
nerve energy are restored, then
you -
plants, from now until June 15th.
enjoy perfect health. FOR TAX COLLECTORI
Do not suffer another day. 'Get a 3-31-lm P. M. Shanibarger, Pine Castle, Fla. for're-election hereby announce to the office myself of as Tax a candidate Collector Cor. Main and Pine Sts.Orlando, Florida :

1 fifty cent box of Miona Tablets from of Orange County subject to the Democratic o.

MeElroy's Pharmacy. This treat- First class Brazing a specialty at primary to be held June 2nd, 1914. If reelected -I- .. ....

ment will help you get well and imMediate Warman's Repair Shop 04 Court St. as I hue I pledge endeavored to you to Vtloe my faithful-.t service II I """" : : : : : ; ;
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William Adams, contractor and : We Will Put the Reinsof THE MARKETOf
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builder of this town, was in Orlando :

on business,last Tuesday.Mrs. Success in Your Special
Myers and family of Pine- .
Cleanliness Of
crest were in town on business last : Quality


Saturday.Mr.. Lackley. has the posts and .. Hands Poll r Olle W ee t tGood FRESH AND SALT MEATS ._"

wire around on his the lot ground near the for Seaboard a new fence de How? By furnishing you with : FISH AND GAME i


pot.The a ,perfect Fertilizer. Let our representative ; Kept under the best sanitary conditions.
Atlantic Coast Line Agents' office -
house.
was moved from the postoffice call on you. He will give you a Lot 50x200 eight room feet. Fruit Everything screened away from the flies, and kept freshand
building to the depot, last Monday.
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formula that will make and mature pure.
Phones No. 1330. i md shrubberry, only t:

t A handy desk has been addd to the your fruit. :3 blocks north of Lake We invite inspection and guarantee satisfaction. We have 1

furnishings at the of corner W. of T.Central Champney's'store avenue : ]Cola. A bargain for on- everything in the Meat Line.

and Fourth Street. :. ]ly $1200 c.ash.Cooper. i

cona L.;D.has Gilliam been, postmaster seriously ill.at Clar-Drs. : The PARLOR MARKETI
I T llID Fertilizer :
McEwen and Beardall, of Orlando, rll r 1 $ Atha I

have been attending him. We are 1
H. M. Self &
glad to report a turn for the better. f ft ,114 South Orange Ave. Ground Floor Co.
W. L. Carnell, concrete worker, of ORLANDO Phones: Office 32, Plant 31 FLORIDA
e I Phone No. 311 PINE
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this town is,getting quite a stock of "HMmMlillttMtMHMIMHltlHiMMHMIMmmJust STREET
sidewalk blocks made up. And they
are Al, too. Phone No. 80

H. G. Dieterich, of Sanford, repre-

sentative of the VirginiaCarolinaChemical MMHIiilUMM HMIIIIIMMMM Mlllil .,.,f
company. was in town on

business yesterday. \ ...' .. ... ..,.. ........ .. .. . '.....,., ..
William Gage has improved his

place greatly of late. He has clearedit .

up and set out a row of cabbage .
palmettos along Lake Ave and Third
f street W. M. SLEMONS

The street committee are havingthe

roads in the north-east section of load
arrived car
the town graded, and strawed. These
roads will connect with the road to FORDS for immediate ..

Weikwa Springs, already strawed by New Goods Arriving Daily

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the county.A. delivery.Get I ..
W. Walker, of Deland, was in
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town last Tuesday. He expects to yours now '
4 buy a place and locate here. Hereis

a cordial welcome to the hills of F. G. RUSE,

Apopka.Gen. I
George W. Tibbitts, of Seat- Phone 226 We sell high grade Men'.s Clothing Hats made by John B. Stetson & Co.
tle, Washington, has purchased the
residence of our late postmaster. W. made by Schloss Bros., of Rilliraoie. i "Kin;: Quality" Shoes.

T.: Wilson, on Orange Street, and will: _.4' J Boys' Suits, "Lord Baltimore" brand. It Elliott's! Table Linen and Towels. tiI
make his home in Apopka.A. .
E. Clark, of Russell, Penn., who j Pants and Overalls made by Sweet Orr I El t Di \" Goods from II. B. ClaOin & Co.

has been the four
spending past & Co. Best place in the city to trade.
months with Wm. Gage, of this place, .
.
started for his northern home Wed-

nesday. 1

Apopka's amateur Theatrical Club ..
met Tuesday night at the home of W. M. SLEMONS
Mrs. Alfred Eldredge and decided to I

put on another play. If they do as II II I I .
|well as they did in "The Hoodoo,"! I ORANGE AVENUE

they will soon have to drop the ama- e

ur" from their name. .. .., ,., .. __ .HIMHM. ..... .. MMMMIMMillMIIIMMMMI '
For there To the West and NorthwestVIA
missing ----
some reason are -- - -- --
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from our files,numbers 29, 36, 41, 42, .. ..oo..e..t
3'and 44. Anyone sending these --

umbers to us will confer a great fav-
)r on The News. Please look among DIXIE I LIMITED, DIXIE FLYER AND emummmummmt IHII..I I .It'IIII..I..I rtlllMIMIMMMIIHIiilllHOT .. J"

old and if
your papers see you can
[find these numbers. SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED .
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The next convention of the Florida .
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Good Roads Association will be held I Dixie Dixie
SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED WATERIn '
in St. Petersburg the last Wed- Limited. Flyer. ,
on Lv Orlando, A. C. 1..1Z:31&ID 1:13pm I v Orlando ........................ 3:13pm
nesday in February, 1915. Apopka r Jacksonville A. C. L.... 6:45am 7:39pm r JacksonvilleT ..................... 7:30 pm the Summer Time. Hot water s one of the most
A C. L... 9:35 8:25 Jacksonville A. C. L.. 8:15 pa
to be represented there. We Jacksonville am pmT
ought I Wareross. A. C. L......11:50 am 10:25pm T Waycross. A. C. L. .............lOSOpm essential features of a comfortable home. This is
have plenty of time to get ready for r Macon G. S. & F....... 5:13pm 4:15&ID r Macon. G. S. &: F. .............. 3:46 amt po home.
it. not improve it? Atlanta, C. of Ga....... 8:03 pm 7:%5 am r Atlanta C. of Ga. .............. 7:12 am.12:19pm emphasized most strongly in the Summer time because it out
Why r Knoxville, L. N. .............
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Maxim, of I r Chattanooga W. & A...12:18am 11:55am r Corbin L. 4 N. ................ 3:16pm you don't want to heat the kitchen up by ,
r Nashville, N. C. & St. L. 4:50 am 4:30 pm r Louisville L. A N. .............. 9:00pm a
West Paris, Me. who have been spending keeping a fire all day in the range. Consequentlymost '
Ar St. Louis, LC.&L.&N. 7:20 r Indianapolis, a. L. ............ 1:50 am
the winter in this town with Mrs. : 2:50pm am Ar Lexington. L. & N. ............ 6:50 pm homes have to go without it all' Summer and
Albert Hopkins, on Central avenue,. Ar Hopkinsville L. &: N........... 6:27 pm Cincinanti.. L. t N. .:........... 8:50pmr
Evansville. L. t: N..... 9:28am 9 25pm r Kalamazoo G. R. t: L ..........12:20 pm ,have it only in limited quantity in the .
went to Silver Springs yesterday to .......
Ar Tern Haute. C. 4 E. L. 1:10pm 1:01&ID r Grand Rapids G. R. I: L 2:4Spm
visit relatives a few days before Ar Chicago. C. t: E. L..... 6:60pm 6:50 am r Cleveland Big Four ............. 7:15am "GET,A RUUD" ''
starting for their home in Maine. E
We understand that the T. R. Cro-.\ DIXIE LIMITED SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED and you have plenty of steaming hot water any time ,
Solid train, of section
composed drawing
well Real Estate Company, of this, room sleeping: cars observation compartment Solid train composed of electric lighted you want it and at a very small cost by simply
can and dining ear, between Jacksonville and drawing-room Pullman sleeping car and coaches
the at 4
has bakery
place, purchased ,
Chicago and section drawing-room sleeping between Jacksonville and Cincinnati, and ; ; turning on the faucet.
Winter Garden and will rent the:I ar between Jacksonville: and St. Louis.DIXIE Jacksonville, Louisville and Indianapolis;
building. It is a two-story'concrete FLYER through sleeping car between Jacksonville and
ORLANDO WATER &LIGHT COMPANYGas
structure and has two stores on the,. Solid train earning electric lighted com Cleveland; also Pullman sleeping car between
artment, observation sleepers and electlieigbted
Jacksonville: and Grand Rapids on Mondays
ground floor. section drawing-room sleepers. First
Department
and Thursdays of each week. Dining ear
lass coaches and smoking car. Dining car
I erves meals a la carte. service between Atlanta and Cincinnati.
Now that the prediction that the,

Kansas crop of peaches is a failure fill TICKETS. PULLMAN RESERVATIONS AND INFORMATION. WRITE OR CALL ON IIIIII" III'"I"' iiliiiMliMmmmmmiMinim
has come along we believ all the harbingers W. R. O'NEAL, City Ticket Agent. W. D. WHITE, Depot Ticket Agent. SW, Sill Ii I

of spring has harbung. Atlantic Coast Line....., Orlando : I'y.

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA :: STATEMENTShowing '

1 sy At the close of business April llth, 1914 .' ( not only the finances, but that this
l :; : Institution :
APRIL 13,1914RESOURCES
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.r" and Discounts $ 478,675.50 : Loans to Orlando People .................
Loans 910.80! :.- Overdrafts to Orlando People ............
f Overdrafts U. S. and Orlando bonds .... ... ..........
Stocks and 151131.74: Banking House in Orlando ...............
j Furniture and Fixtures 13,106.55 I" Cash, available for Orlando People ....... '

Real Estate .. 9,145.29
i' Cash on hand and due from banks 385,515.22 ,

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LIABILITIES
r- Total $1,041.515.10 Capital, 90 Per Cent owned in Orlando .... t
Surplus, 90 Per cent owned in Orlando .....
y Undivided Profits, 90 Per Cent owned in You"m
! ;: __ rS .: Circulation. due National Government ....
.. Reserved for Orlando, Orange County and
LIABILITIES : taxes ................i..............
!C Bills Payable (Mortgage on banking house,
Capital Stock II II II II II II II II $ 50,000.00 when we bought same and not due, so
Surplus ... . . .. . . . . 35,000.00 : paid off) ............................
r .- Deposits of Orlando people and U. S.
gov't
sY-c Undivided Profits II II II . II II II 7,078.15

.a, t Deposits II . . . . . . 949436.95 ..:. : t:: _
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Of the Orlando this
to
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_. Total $1,041,515.10 ::.:' Deposits, April 15, 1914 ................. :
? .! Deposits, December 15, 1912 ......... .. '
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: INCREASE in 16 Months 396 per cent .... :.
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Louis C. Massey, President S. Waters Howe, Cashier. :' .. ::" : : :;
' T. Picton Warlow, Vice-Pres. Samuel A. Newell, Asst Cashier \ :." "It is a Pleasure to Serve :. ... ..,: :..>::
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ly Louis C. Massey. W. R. O'Neal, Alf Bumby,
T. Picton Warlow, S. W. Howe, T. H. Evans, a

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'happiness and great success for the SATURDAY BRIDGE CLUB MET I
GRAND ENCAMPMENT OXY AND CLEOPATRA" from fifty cents to two dollars admis-
young couple. WITH MRS. CARMACKThe sion and seats are being sold weeks in
FELLOWS AT
afternoon at five o'clockMr. those who fortunate enough advance.
Yesterday were
Saturday Bridge club met yes- "Antony and Cleopatra" comes to
ODD FELLOWS TO ATTEND SER-
Clinton Hastings and Miss Mary terday with Mrs. A. A. Carmack, the The grand witnessed the marvelous pho- the Lucerne theater, Monday, April
VICES encampment productions of.Geo. Kleine- 20, for two performances in the after-
Calvert were united in marriage at meeting being the last for the season. F. of the state of Florida ," "Quo Vadis" and "Be- noon, and two at night The first will
the residence of Mr. C. T. Hunger- Mrs. J. B. Lawton. Sr., made the high I I in Lakeland on Monday Savage and Tiger"-recently be at 2 o'clock, second at 4:30. Night
ford, on North Orange avenue, Rev. Orlando Lodge No. 20, I. 0. 0. F., score for the afternoon, and it was)Grand lodge and at the Lucerne theater. as well 7 o'clock and 9:30.
Dr. Jno. W. Stagg performing the will meet at the hall at 7 p. m. sharp found that she I who were not so fortunate, The price of admission is 10 cents.
had
counting of Florida will
upon up meet at
W'coff."A have an opportunity on Monday There several box seats reservedand
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ceremony. I Sunday, April 26, to attend church ina made also the highest score for the I)Tuesday and Wednesday Lucerne theater to witness Mr. the price for these will be 25
Mr. Hastings is in business with I body. The anniversary picnic will season. The decorations were nota- and 22. A large number most stupendous spectacular 1 cents.
Mr. C. T. Hungerford and is a most be held at the fair grounds Wednesday -I bly pretty. There were many bowls I members will leave on of "Antony and Cleopa-of
and reels
in three acts eight
competent and reliable young busi-I April 29, 10:30 a. m. Membersare 'filled with exquisite pond lilies and train tomorrow morning, magnificent motion pictures i I Up to date painting, papering, etc.,
ness man. Miss Calvert until about a urged to attend and remain as vases with magnolias. The refresh- more will go Tuesday. shown on any screen in the en-i is the kind you want Where to getit
? That's phone 636. W. L
year ago made her home in Gaines- long as they can stay. ments consisted of a salad course, who will attend are world. Entrican. easy 1-20-tf

ville, Fla. She is a most attractive chicken patties, hot rolls, cake, cream, Eaton, John T. Dale, M. picture is being shown all over '
in the theaters of
'4 young woman. Orlando wishes great Read the advertisements daily. salted almonds and coffee. Frank Helms, and P. B. I country large cities at large prices ranging Job printing at the Sentinel.

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